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THE MARCH SUPPLEMENT TO OCEANOGRAPHY IS NOW ONLINE
The March ocean exploration supplement to Oceanography is now live. Read about the exciting 2019 field seasons of E/V Nautilus, NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer, and R/V Falkor.
THE MARCH ISSUE OF OCEANOGRAPHY IS NOW ONLINE
The March 2020 issue of Oceanography is now live. Read our exciting five feature articles plus department contributions in DIY Oceanography and Hands-On Oceanography—plus much more.
FROM THE PRESIDENT, MARTIN VISBECK: REPORT ON OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 2020
I am happy to report that OSM20 was another raving success: More than 6300 ocean experts came to San Diego, representing 66 countries. > Read more
OSM 2020 PLENARY SESSION PRESENTATIONS
All plenary presentations from OSM 2020 have been posted on the conference website, and are available at the links below.
> Opening plenary – Nainoa Thompson
> Tuesday plenary – Heidi Sosik, Erik van Sebille
> Wednesday plenary – ASLO, TOS and AGU Award Lectures
> Closing plenary – Margaret Leinen
OCEAN OPTICS XXV REGISTRATION AND ABSTRACT SUBMISSION NOW OPEN
The registration and abstract submission system for Ocean Optics XXV, taking place in Norfolk, Virginia from October 25 – 30, 2020 is now open. Visit this link for more information. Abstracts are due May 1, 2020.
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COMING IN MARCH 2020
In this new section of Oceanography, authors share all of the relevant information on a homemade sensor or instrument so that others can build, or build upon, it. See Oceanography’s Author Guidelines for detailed information on submission requirements.